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Sept 4, Labor Day Sept 17, Constitution Day He became interested in chiropractic medicine after breaking his Oct 9, Columbus Day Oct 27, Navy Day back in a skiing accident. Under the care of his chiropractor and Nov 10, Marine Corps Day Nov 11, Veteran’s Day physical therapist he was not only able walk again, but he regained Nov 23, Thanksgiving Day his physical health fully and now competes in triathlons and Dec 7, Pearl Harbor Day Dec 25, Christmas Day Ironman competitions. Need a flag? Contact the Whites at theamericanflagprojectusa@ The clinic is “integrated,” which allows the staff to provide a or variety of services including all chiropractic services, trigger point injections, Palin Gen stem cell therapy (regenerative therapy), OBSERVER EXPANDS WITH THE PORT ORANGE OBSERVER physical therapy, B-12 injections, nutrition counseling, on-site x-rays The Palm Coast and Ormond Beach Observers recently expanded and referrals. A provider for United Healthcare, Florida Hospital by introducing the Port Orange Observer. “We’re excited to provide plans, Cigna, Blue Cross/Blue Shield and Medicare, the clinic is extraordinary local editorial content to Port Orange and help our accepting new patients. For more information, call 386-445-4455 or business partners in that area prosper,” said John Walsh, publisher visit of the Port Orange Observer and president of its parent company, Palm Coast Observer LLC. FORMER EMT UNLEASHES DOG TRAINING BUSINESS When Lauren Driscoll and her husband adopted a rambunctious The privately owned Palm Coast Observer LLC is affiliated with the white boxer named Seamus and introduced him to their two senior Observer Media Group out of Sarasota, a 23-year-old company dogs, they were hoping for a smooth transition. That’s not exactly that publishes 12 other newspapers in Florida. The Palm Coast what happened. publication was recently named “Newspaper of the Year” by the Local Media Association, a North American news media organization “My husband and I rescued Seamus when he was with more than 2,200 members. seven months old. We already had two older dogs in our home and introducing a new, high Adding the Port Orange Observer solidifies the publisher’s base in energy dog to them was a nightmare! I tried to Flagler and Volusia as the community newspapers of record. Both train Seamus, but he was so overwhelming,” says the Palm Coast and Ormond Beach Observers have been in the top Driscoll. three spots for General Excellence at the Florida Press Association in their seven and five years of publishing, respectively. To overcome the high anxiety environment in her home with Seamus, Driscoll, a former EMTCC with an extensive medical The Palm Coast and Ormond Beach Observers currently employ background realized she needed help training their new canine 15 full-time local residents, and the expansion will include addition and started working with a local trainer in 2009. She also another four hires. Print readership of the newspapers in the two enrolled in Penn Forster College for 12 months. Driscoll followed counties will increase to more than 135,000 residents and, online up her education with a 15-month intensive hands-on training readership, currently over 21,000 unique visitors weekly and over course with a local Dog Training school and was trained to handle 27,000 Facebook followers, is also expected to expand. For more aggressive dogs, fear aggression dogs, protection dogs, and bed bug information, call the Observer 386-447-9723. dogs. COASTAL INTEGRATIVE HEALTHCARE OPENS SECOND LOCATION IN PALM COAST Lauren opened her business, Pet Peeves Dog Training Unleashed, Dr. Bryan Call, a long-time veteran of holistic certification in animal care for dogs, as well as a CPR and first aid for health and wellness recently opened a second dogs. Driscoll later became a registered AKC Canine Good Citizens branch of Coastal Integrative Healthcare at evaluator and an AKC S.T.A.R. evaluator, as well as the program 3 Florida Park Drive N. Dr. Call and his staff director of Paws of War. and became certified in dog obedience training with additional are committed to helping people attain their maximum level of wellness through organic methods. He graduated Driscoll is a firm believer that every day, there is something new Cum Laude from Palmer College of Chiropractic and is one of 12 to be learned. She continues her education by attending seminars chiropractors in the State of Florida who specializes in extremity and trainings to learn new or updated tricks of the trade, in order to treatments. He is also a national instructor for Hawk Grips and the ensure that each of the dogs and owners are getting the very best. director of training for the East Coast Hand and Foot Clinics. To learn more about her training services, call 855-567-6677 or visit 10 © 2017 | Flagler County Chamber of Commerce and its licensors.